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Tax Court In Brief: Freeman Law

Tax Court In Brief: Freeman Law
The Tax Court In Brief

Freeman Law’s “The Tax Court in Brief” covers every substantive Tax Court opinion, providing a weekly brief of its decisions in clear, concise prose.

The Week of February 8 – February 12, 2021

BM Construction v. Comm’r, T.C. Memo. 2021-13 | February 8, 2021 | Urda, J. | Dkt. No. 24352-17L

Short Summary: The IRS initiated an examination of the tax liabilities associated with Mr. Bernotas and his sole proprietorship, BM Construction. After issuing an initial report on May 7, 2014, the examination officer issued two Letters 950-D: (1) to Mr. Bernotas with respect to his income taxes on June 6, 2014; and (2) to BM Construction with respect to backup withholding tax liabilities on June 13, 2014. The examination officer detailed these actions in the file’s activity log and noted that neither of the mailed letters were returned. At more than one subsequent in-person meeting, Mr. Bernotas was notified of his appeal rights—particularly that he had 30 days from the date of Letter 950-D.

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Appealing The Findings Of Your IRS Examiner: Should You Appeal?

Venar Ayar-Appealing The Findings Of Your IRS Examiner

All you need to know about appealing your IRS findings

The Internal Revenue Service better known as the IRS is the governmental agency that ensures that you “give Caesar what belongs to Caesar”. In other words, it conducts the fundamental function of tax collection on a nationwide scale. And so given the importance of the functions performed by such an agency it is typical that such an organization would keep records, records that may in the future be used for reference when the need arises. Read more